As the United States faces the spread of the coronavirus, Melania Trump continues to fulfill her First Lady mission. So she had to supervise the construction of the new White House sports complex, dedicated to tennis, and Melania Trump thus posted on Twitter a series of photos in which we see her, black turtleneck and white construction helmet, in studying plans for the short future.

"I am delighted to share with you the advancement of the White House tennis court. Thank you to the talented team for their hard work and dedication. ”

Very badly took him! Malicious Internet users mocked him, going so far as to compare her to Marie-Antoinette. "Let them play tennis," tweeted @clwtweet, sharing a GIF from Sofia Coppola's film, repeating the famous phrase loaned to Marie-Antoinette.

But for Donald Trump's wife it was too much! Neither one nor two: She, usually silent in front of her detractors, retorted sharply. "I encourage everyone who has chosen to be negative and put my work in the White House in question to take the time and contribute to something good and productive within their own community," tweeted. Melania Trump. Message accompanied by the hashtag "#BeBest".

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I encourage everyone who chooses to be negative & question my work at the @WhiteHouse to take time and contribute something good & productive in their own communities. #BeBest…

If the coronavirus epidemic and the deaths of 25 people due to the powerful tornadoes in Tennessee are to be taken seriously, they must not stop the life of a country. Donald Trump went to Cookeville on Friday, devastated by tornadoes.

But since the launch of Be Best, Melania Trump has been regularly criticized because of the benevolent message on social networks, which for some would not be that of her husband. The comments were particularly vivid last December, when Donald Trump attacked the young Swedish activist Greta Thunberg on Twitter: "So ridiculous. Greta has to work on her Anger Management concerns, then go see a good old movie with a friend! Relax, Greta, relax! "

The First Lady of the United States can certainly only be exasperated by the attacks and the taunts of which she has been the target since her husband embarked on the race for the White House. When it is not her clothes, it is her Christmas decorations that provoke mockery and even insults.

It was time for the First Lady to finally express herself with such clarity !!!

Carl Delsey for DayNewsWorld